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Dr. Harry N. Drier


Career, Education, & Training Assocaites, Inc.

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Career, Education, & Training Assocaites, Inc.

Background Information

Employment History

Cabana Colony Youth Center


Club 100 Charities Inc

Executive Director

National Consortium for State Guidance Leadership


President and Board Member
National Career Development Association

President and Board Member
American Vocational Association

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Harry Drier, President Career Education and Training Assoc, Inc 5380 Ocean Drive 6D Singer Island, FL 33404 561 842 4335 fax 561 844 3082 Email

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Harry Drier, PresidentCareer Education and Training Associates, Inc5380 Ocean Drive 6 DSinger Island, Fla 33404

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Harry N. Drier - Mr. Drier has served as a public school teacher and counselor, as well as state guidance supervisor for Wisconsin, Research Scientist in career development.Currently, he is president of Career, Education and Training Associates, Inc., as well as director of the National Consortium of State Career Guidance Supervisors.He has served as president and board member for numerous national associations, including the National Career Development Association and the American Vocational Association.

Easing the transition to civilian life. - CTOnline - July 1997 [cached]

While all of this may sound like job hunter's dream, most transitioning personnel do not make use of these offerings beyond the minimum workshop requirement, according to Harry Drier, author of Out of Uniform: A Career Transition Guide for Ex-Military Personnel and president of Career Education and Training Associates in Columbus, Ohio.

"The transition programs are different for each branch but unless they are required to go, most don't," said Drier."Most GI's don't take advantage of the program and then they get home, they're lost and the problems begin."
Drier wrote Out of Uniform following the massive waves of downsizings which began in the late 1980s and after watching all four of his brothers have transitioning problems upon leaving the armed forces.He believes that the transition from the military to the civilian workforce is the greatest lifestyle change most will ever experience.
"For many adults, changing jobs, employers or locations brings anxiety, fear, frustration and unrest..." Drier wrote."Experienced veterans ... have had a job niche that provided pride, satisfaction and a sense of belonging.Working and living outside of the traditional labor market-and at times the traditional social environment-creates a sense of anxiety about the knowledge of civilian networks, resources and services needed for re-entry into the environment."
Easing the transition
"The first steps in the transition process are similar for everyone: Establish an objective; inventory the skills and personal resources that will help you meet that objective; set up alternative courses of action to reach that objective; and then decide on the course of action that offers the best possibility of reaching the objective," Drier wrote, noting that all of this should be done before leaving the military.
In Out of Uniform, Drier outlined an array of career development and job search techniques while stressing the importance of preparation, attitude, research and networking.He also reminds ex-military personnel that with the military's tradition of hard work and high expectations, they often have the characteristics and basic skill requirements for the civilian workplace.
"The paradox here is that we have the best trained and most experienced workers in the world being transitioned but they don't understand how to market themselves or find job opportunities and that's when the psychological problems occur," said Drier."The employers and the employees can't find each other.
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